Cameron Rashti is an architect and project manager with extensive project experience on major projects in North America, Europe and the Middle East. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College, holds professional architectural degrees from Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and is a registered architect in the USA and the UK. He joined the Geneva-based Historic Cities Programme within the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in 1994 as Deputy Director, following his association as Vice President of Perkins and Will International managing projects in Canary Wharf and other sites in London and Europe. Within HCP, he was (among other tasks) responsible for the implementation of the Azhar Park project.
Rashti, Cameron. "The Case for a Portfolio of Mughal Projects". In Heritage of the Mughal World, edited by Philip Jodidio, 23-27. Munich: Prestel, 2015.
Regardless of the particular bias of the viewer, academic or other, there is general agreement that landscape architecture (arising from the creative and organized intercession in nature by human design), by the way it alters and +ilters the relationship of mankind to nature and opens new vistas to the all-encompassing environment, reaches into a deep level of the human psyche and impacts the common sense of well-being and the quality of life.
From The Case for a Portfolio of Mughal Projects in Heritage of the Mughal World (Philip Jodidio, editor)